Cairo is no longer a prize to be won. It is a challenge to managed through careful and, where necessary coercive diplomacy.
India is the world’s largest democracy, with more than one billion people and an economy expanding faster than China’s.
Widespread conflicts and the refugee crisis have brought the Middle East’s troubles closer to Europe. Today, the region’s various challenges, whether conflict, economic inequality, population growth, or global warming, are of concern to many European leaders.
Carnegie’s Wael Gamal talks about the middle class in the Arab world, and what its weakening means.
India cannot and will not compete with China in the AI realm—instead it will play to its advantages by becoming a global AI hub for non-Chinese and non-Western markets.
Tunisia’s new Startup Act, the product of a bottom-up-initiative to foster entrepreneurship, is a first step toward establishing the country as a digital hub but will require additional reforms.
While New Delhi has begun to build on the synergies with the United Arab Emirates on counter-terrorism and long-term strategic economic cooperation, it has barely scratched the surface of what is possible in the domain of defense.
Where does the Arab world stand in terms of economic inequality and how has it evolved before and after the Arab spring?
The first in-depth investigation of the role money plays in the world’s largest democracy.
Although the United States and the EU do not always speak with one voice, they should coordinate and present a united front as Chinese capital continues to flow towards the European continent.